Dazzle painting of ships hasn't been much used since World War I (see Dazzled and Deceived) so it was a surprise to see a rather beautiful version on a Chinese missile ship test-firing its hardware recently.
7/23/2013 04:43:57 pm
This is an excellent idea to use in ships and in aircraft's in stealth mode during wars. I am hearing about dazzle painting for the first time. hank you so much for sharing this wonderful piece of information. I will be looking forward for more post.
7/23/2013 09:43:57 pm
I agree with the fact that camouflage is of no use in the ocean. But ships that have been dazzle painted look stunning. Even though they are war machines designed to create pandemonium in the hearts of their enemies, they have an artistic touch.
10/10/2013 11:39:15 pm
Sometimes the resulting composite image is photographed so that a final image may appear as a seamless photographic print. Thank you.
10/13/2013 07:40:19 pm
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